Out of sight, out of mind?
- Climate controls. Benford, Gregory // Reason;Nov97, Vol. 29 Issue 6, p24
Discusses how to approach global warming as a technical problem. Only way to counter global warming; Effect of suppressing fuel use to the states' economy; Simplest way to remove carbon dioxide from the atmosphere; Ways to capture half of the United States' carbon emissions.
- Engineering a cooler planet. Flanagan, Ruth // Earth;Oct96, Vol. 5 Issue 5, p34
Describes the processes for fixing global warming. Advantages of adding iron to the ocean in Geritol solution; Geoengineering techniques including solar sails or reflecting mirrors; Advantages of tree planting; Capturing carbon dioxides in smokestacks. INSETS: The pitfalls of...
- Global-warming treaty: `Rush to judgment'. Emond, Mark // National Petroleum News;Nov97, Vol. 89 Issue 12, p10
Focuses on the slow progress of international efforts to reduce greenhouse emissions and global warming. Inability of climate-treaty representatives to produce binding agreements; Importance of avoiding premature actions to address the issue; Estimates on the economic impact of global warming;...
- Climate change: Decision time in Kyoto. Smith, Richard // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);11/22/97, Vol. 315 Issue 7119, p1326
Calls for physicians' participation in the fight against global warming. Proposed solutions to the global warming problem; Commitment of governments to reduce emissions of green house gases; Energy consumption rates of Americans contributing to global warming.
- Can we stop global warming? Harte, John // USA Today Magazine;Mar97, Vol. 125 Issue 2622, p78
Opinion. Argues that controlling population growth and cutting down on wasteful consumption of energy is needed to stop global warming. Belief that the Earth's temperature will rise three to eight degrees by 2050; Possible environmental impact; Evidence supporting global warming.
- Stemming the rise of global warming. // American Forests;Summer97, Vol. 103 Issue 2, p12
Provides information on the United States Initiative on Joint Implementation's (USIJI) effort to reduce carbon dioxide emissions of companies. American Forests' projects recognized by USIJI; White House Climate Change Task Force Director Dirk Forrister's comment on the American Forests' projects.
- After Kyoto: A global scramble for advantage. Yandle, Bruce // Independent Review;Summer99, Vol. 4 Issue 1, p19
Discusses the Kyoto Protocol of 1997 and its differential effects across countries. Set carbon emission reduction goals for avoiding global warming; Resource costs of meeting the protocol; Justification of the cost of cartelization; Countries, firms and industries as behaving strategically in...
- Kyoto emissions treaty talks go down to the negotiating wire. // ENR: Engineering News-Record;12/15/97, Vol. 239 Issue 24, p11
Provides information on the outcome of the global warming negotiations that took place in Kyoto, Japan. Length of the conference; Information on Chairman Raul Estrada-Oyuela 's negotiating plans.
- Prologue. Steinman, David // Safe Trip to Eden: 10 Steps to Save Planet Earth from the Global;2007, pxvii
A prologue to the book "Safe Trip to Eden: 10 Steps to Save Planet Earth From Global Warming" by David Steinman is presented.